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Title: 國民中學節能減碳學校課程研發與推廣-子計畫一:健康與體育學習領域健康學域( II )
Curriculum Development and Implementation of Energy Education for Junior High Schools-Health and Physical Education/Health Learning Area
Authors: 國立臺灣師範大學健康促進與衛生教育學系
Issue Date: 2012
Abstract: 本三年期子計畫為延續「國民中學節能減碳永續教育研究」二年期計畫的初步結果~健康學域節能減碳永續教育教學模組、教學與學習效果,繼續修正健康學域試驗教學後之節能減碳教學模組,進行實驗與正式教學和成果評量,並與其他子計畫~生物、理化、公民學域與綜合領域合作,舉辦全國北中南東教師節能減碳教學觀摩研習會與增能工作坊,以推廣研究之成效,同時擬訂九年一貫國中階段(七~九年級)健康與體育學習領域健康學域之能源教育的分段能力指標與補充說明,作為教育部訂定健康與體育學習領域健康學域之教科書,編寫有關能源教育的重要參考。目前已經完成八個單元八小時的正式實驗教學,經過問卷前後測資料分析比較後,發現實驗組學生學習成效顯著優於校內對照組與校外對照組。同時也增加教師增能資料,以期增進教學效果。
This subproject is a three years extension of the previous 2 years subproject ’a study on sustainable education of energy saving and carbon reduction at junior high schools- Health and Physical education/Health learning area’. In this subproject, health learning area will develop new energy education modules based on the teaching modules developed in the previous subproject. The modified teaching modules of health learning area will be used in experimental/ formal teaching and be evaluated afterwards. Four energy education workshops will be held at Taipei, Taichung, Kaohsiung, and Hualien, to introduce the teaching modules developed in this subproject and three other subprojects to junior high school teachers in Taiwan. The results of this subproject can be applied to modify the present competence indicators of energy education on Health and Physical education/Health learning area for junior high school (7th grade to 9th grade). The learning effects of formal experimental group students were significantly better than the learning effects of comparison group students. At the same time, the subproject has finished the empower information of energy saving and carbon reduction for the junior high school teachers to improve the effectiveness of the teaching modules.
Other Identifiers: ntnulib_tp_A0612_04_004
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